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The Toledo Mud Hens baseball team is the Triple-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. Perhaps best known in popular culture for their depiction in the TV show "M*A*S*H," the Mud Hens acquired their distinctive name in 1896 while playing near Toledo’s marshlands, where the birds' calls could be heard during the games. Following the team’s departure from Toledo in 1956, the city acquired a new franchise a decade later. The reconstituted Mud Hens joined the International League, making it the third longest-running member behind only Rochester and Syracuse. Throughout its history, the team has been affiliated with Cleveland, Minnesota, Philadelphia and New York. Detroit has served as the affiliate since 1987 and between 1967 and 1973. It was also the affiliate of the old Mud Hens in the 1930s and 1950s. As a minor league development and farm organization, Toledo has served as an important stop for many baseball greats. Toledo has won the International League title in 1967, 2005 and 2006. Grab your Toledo Mud Hens tickets at StubHub.
What is the Toledo Mud Hens' 2020 schedule?
Toledo opens up the season with a road series against Indianapolis on April 9, followed by another road series at Louisville between April 13 and 15. The team’s opening day at Fifth Third Field takes place April 16 against Indianapolis, followed by another Louisville series between April 20 and 22. Toledo also has a four-game stand against Columbus between June 18 and 21, followed by two more home games against Columbus on July 2 and 3. The longest home stand of the season takes place between August 6 and 16 against Louisville, Gwinnett and Syracuse. Toledo then closes out the season against Columbus between Sept. 3 and 7. The first two games are on the road, while the last three games are at home.
How did the Toledo Mud Hens finish the 2019 season?
Toledo finished 2019 as the third-place team in the Western Division with a record of 66-74. The team did not make the playoffs. Among players with at least 100 at-bats, Dawel Lugo had the highest average at .333, while Mikie Mahtook had the most home runs with 21. Pitcher Tim Adleman, who started 17 games for Toledo, had a 3.32 ERA and a 9-4 record.
Who is the Toledo Mud Hens' biggest rival?
The Toledo Mud Hens shares a rivalry with a fellow Ohio and West Division team, the Columbus Clippers. The teams have met several times in the playoffs, including the 1980 championship series, which Columbus won.
Who is the Toledo Mud Hens' manager?
Tom Prince became the manager of the Toledo Mud Hens in December 2019. During his professional playing career, he was a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies, Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals between 1987 and 2003. Following his retirement, he became a prolific manager in the minor leagues. He also served as the Pittsburgh Pirates' minor league field coordinator and bench coach between 2016 and 2019. Prince is the 56th manager in Toledo baseball history.
What is the capacity of the Toledo Mud Hens' venue?
Fifth Third Field, which opened in 2002, has a capacity of approximately 9,000 fixed seats, including 1,200 club seats, 32 luxury suites, 776 picnic seats, 86 handicapped-accessible seats and 282 seats in the Roost. Located in Toledo’s downtown Warehouse District, the park sits right next to the convention center and the Huntington Center. The dimensions include 320 feet to left, 400 feet to center and up to 375 feet to the right field. Average attendance is between 500,000 and 600,000 per year.Back to Top
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